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Székely-Hungarian Rovás, which are also known as Hungarian Runes, are thought to have descended from the Turkic script (Kök Turki) used in Central Asia, though some scholars believe the Székely-Hungarian Rovás pre-date the Turkic script. Read more on this here: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/hungarian_runes.htm - This poster is created by galgergo.deviantart.com

Székely-Hungarian Rovás, which are also known as Hungarian Runes, are thought to have descended from the Turkic script (Kök Turki) used in Central Asia, though some scholars believe the Székely-Hungarian Rovás pre-date the Turkic script. Read more on this here: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/hungarian_runes.htm - This poster is created by galgergo.deviantart.com

E.A. appeared before the Sumerians as the Aryan god Ahura had appeared when seen in his glowing ark on top of Mount Hara, the mountain of Is-Tara, as a being of light.

E.A. appeared before the Sumerians as the Aryan god Ahura had appeared when seen in his glowing ark on top of Mount Hara, the mountain of Is-Tara, as a being of light.

The 9,000-year-old underground megalithic settlement of Atlit Yam. Artist’s reconstruction of stone formation

The 9,000-year-old underground megalithic settlement of Atlit Yam. Artist’s reconstruction of stone formation

The Turul is the most important bird in the origin myth of the Magyars (Hungarian people). It is a divine messenger, and perches on top of the tree of life along with the other spirits of unborn children in the form of birds.

The Turul is the most important bird in the origin myth of the Magyars (Hungarian people). It is a divine messenger, and perches on top of the tree of life along with the other spirits of unborn children in the form of birds.

Gold vase detail illustrating the Turul legend (Hungary, 9th c. AD.

Gold vase detail illustrating the Turul legend (Hungary, 9th c. AD.

Vilagfa - Hungarian mythology showing the tree of life connecting the upper and lower worlds

Vilagfa - Hungarian mythology showing the tree of life connecting the upper and lower worlds

Hungarian mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ---- Turul

Hungarian mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ---- Turul

The Human Journey: Pre-Axial Thought in China. Painting of Nü Wa and Fu Xi unearthed in Xinjiang (Tang Dynasty 651-676).

The Human Journey: Pre-Axial Thought in China. Painting of Nü Wa and Fu Xi unearthed in Xinjiang (Tang Dynasty 651-676).

Hungarian mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hungarian mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the Hungarian people. The name translates to "Miraculous Deer". According to Hungarian legend, while out hunting, the brothers Hunor and Magor saw a miraculous white stag. They pursued the animal, but it always stayed ahead of them, leading them westward into Levedia, where they married two princesses and founded the Hun and Magyar peoples.

Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the Hungarian people. The name translates to "Miraculous Deer". According to Hungarian legend, while out hunting, the brothers Hunor and Magor saw a miraculous white stag. They pursued the animal, but it always stayed ahead of them, leading them westward into Levedia, where they married two princesses and founded the Hun and Magyar peoples.

fantasy jeleń - Szukaj w Google

fantasy jeleń - Szukaj w Google

Budapest - Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities in the World

Budapest - Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities in the World

Turul madár

Turul madár

The Táltos (also "Tátos") is a female figure in Hungarian mythology similar to a shaman (which means it is a shaman). In the book "Magyar mitológia" (Hungarian Mythology) from 1854, a táltos was in direct contact with creature during the prenatal period. Once born, the Táltos had a special mission in life to cure the souls of other members of her society.

The Táltos (also "Tátos") is a female figure in Hungarian mythology similar to a shaman (which means it is a shaman). In the book "Magyar mitológia" (Hungarian Mythology) from 1854, a táltos was in direct contact with creature during the prenatal period. Once born, the Táltos had a special mission in life to cure the souls of other members of her society.

színezd ki magyarországot - Google keresés

színezd ki magyarországot - Google keresés

Turul bird from hungarian mythology

Turul bird from hungarian mythology

Inspired by folk tales, mythical beasts, and Portuguese azulejos, an artist paints her own version of natural history.

Inspired by folk tales, mythical beasts, and Portuguese azulejos, an artist paints her own version of natural history.

Turul bird from hungarian mythology

Turul bird from hungarian mythology

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